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Postcard from New York I June 24-28, 2024

Here is our weekly Postcard from New York, in collaboration with Clio Art Fair!

In this article, we will explore some of the highlights of this week, looking for the most interesting and inspiring exhibitions and events in NYC.

Let's discover our selection of NYC-based art events!

In Museums


FEBRUARY 25- JULY 28, 2024

The groundbreaking exhibition The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism explores the comprehensive and far-reaching ways in which Black artists portrayed everyday modern life. Through some 160 works of painting, sculpture, photography, film, and ephemera, explore the new Black cities that took shape in the 1920s–40s in New York City’s Harlem and nationwide in the early decades of the Great Migration, when millions of African Americans began to move away from the segregated rural South. The first art museum survey of the subject in New York City since 1987, the exhibition establishes the Harlem Renaissance and its radically new development of the modern Black subject as central to the development of international modern art.


In Galleries


JUNE 20 - AUGUST 2, 2024

Luhring Augustine is pleased to announce Patterns, the show highlights over twenty artists whose work explores pattern in diverse ways—as a motif, organizing principle, compositional device, and strategy. Working in painting, weaving, quilt-making, mosaic, and sculpture, this cross-generational group of artists includes:

Tauba Auerbach, Athos Bulção, Lygia Clark, Melissa Cody, Sarah Crowner, Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers (Qunnie Pettway and Loretta Pettway Bennett), Alfred Jensen, Rashid Johnson, Emily Kraus, Liu Wei, Kim MacConnel, Eric N. Mack, Jeremy Moon, Rebecca Morris, Ryan Mrozowski, Richard Rezac, Frank Stella, Philip Taaffe, Rosemarie Trockel, Juan Uslé, Jack Whitten, Christopher Wool, Yves Zurstrassen Discover more


In Brooklyn


MAY 3 - JUNE 29, 2024

Mrs. is pleased to present Enduring Emanations, a solo presentation of recent work by Canadian artist Laura Hudspith.. In this series titled “emanations,” Hudspith’s research and interests in medicine, biochemistry, in/organic matter, and geology converge. Using her body and its illness as source material, this series encourages introspection on a molecular scale to consider the potential and bounds of ontology.




APRIL 11 - SEPTEMBER 22, 2024

This newly commissioned public art exhibition by Rose B. Simpson is on view simultaneously in Madison Square Park and Inwood Hill Park. Seed is part of the milestone twentieth anniversary of Madison Square Park Conservancy’s art program and is the Conservancy’s first collaboration with another New York City public park. Throughout the run of the exhibition, free public programs will be held with Simpson, artists, neighbors, and Native and area cultural leaders. Discover more


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